I honestly wish this could happen and be a game.
I have so many ideas for game mechanics and aesthetics of the otherworld.
Doubt Rockstar and Konami would ever team up for this kind of project, though.
Based on my crossover fanfiction Silent Redemption.
A year after Jack Marston murdered Edgar Ross to avenge his father’s death, in the year 1915, Jack had released his book, which was “Red Dead.” The book was a bestseller, but it exposed Jack for the murder. With the law behind him, Jack escapes to the town of Silent Hill, where he is stuck there, only to undergo Full Circle for 99 years.
In 2014, 99 years later, a 21 year old college graduate is moving to her new home in Brahms, only to be stopped by the influence of the town. This is a plan commenced by Stanley Coleman, who is attempting to revive a girl he raped and murdered years prior to his time at Brookhaven, by procuring The Book of Lost Memories, the White Chasm, the Obsidian Goblet, and the Book: “Crimson Ceremony.” The woman, nicknamed Anne, meets Jack, and does not believe his time until she is met with the darkness of the town.
Anne- Voiced by Chloe Grace Moretz
Jack- Voiced by Josh Blaylock
Stanley- Voiced by Brian Bloom
Anne is actually a lot like Ellie from The Last of Us by personality. On the other hand, to differentiate, Anne is a coward compared to Ellie. Her Otherworld is different from Jack’s, as sometimes they will be separated, to give room to play two protagonists. Anne’s is similar to Angela Orosco’s, due to it most likely actually being influenced from Stanley. Stanley’s “obsession” manifests itself to monsters that relate to sexual tension, or even anything that will be willing to “touch,” such as monsters reaching out to Anne, similar to a scene in Silent Hill: Revelations. Anne has a lot of crawling areas, to indicate hiding, and she will sometimes be found crying, puking, etc. As the story progresses, she gets mentally stronger, and less frightened, but her reflexes cannot break so easily.
While she is not being obsessed on herself, Stanley’s plans include to revive the girl he raped and murdered, thus, using her for a shell.
Jack’s otherworld is filled with bars, flesh, and rails to symbolize murder. As it is around him, he has a hard time moving on, and still in denial that what he had done was unjustified. The monsters manifest from his fear of disapproval of both John and Abigail, as nurses symbolize Abigail’s sickness, or motherly love, while Pyramid Head symbolizes John’s disapproval of Jack choosing the life of an outlaw.
This is purely fanart. It is NOT real, nor used for profit. This is to show my love for both series.